Sustainable development program

In February we collect for the Canadian Cancer Society

The Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal is mobilizing for the fight against cancer through its green program

In February, the collection of our green program will be in favor of the Canadian Cancer Society, a way of highlighting World Cancer Day, which takes place on February 4th.

Throughout the month of February, we will invite guests staying at the hotel for more than 2 nights not to request the housekeeping service. For each refusal of service, the hotel pays back $5/day . The amount thus collected allows us to contribute to the actions of a foundation or association that will have been chosen by one of the hotel employees.

This month, Magalie Sparsa, our Director of Sales, chose the Canadian Cancer Society.

‘I chose the Canadian Cancer Society because it’s a cause that particularly touches me. Like most people, I have been close to people who have been victims of cancer in all its forms.

Cancer can unfortunately affect many people depending on their age, sex and condition. The treatments are still very invasive and I think it is essential to support the development of knowledge and treatment against this disease.’

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Mission of the Canadian Cancer Society

The Canadian Cancer Society works tirelessly to save and improve lives. Thanks to their donors and volunteers, they’re able to fund groundbreaking cancer research into all types of cancer, offer support services to help people better manage life with cancer, shape healthy public policies to prevent cancer and support those living with the disease, and offer trusted cancer information for all Canadians.

At the Canadian Cancer Society, they are committed to uniting and inspiring Canadians to take control of cancer. That’s why they are always funding high performance research that improves cancer outcomes and addresses the greatest opportunities for progress. It’s why they lead change in the most pressing areas of cancer policy including prevention, access, affordability and support. And it’s why they provide the highest quality cancer information for all Canadians, promote cancer prevention and provide targeted support to help people with cancer, their families and caregivers cope.

Dear guests, contribute doubly to a ‘good deed’ by protecting the environment and supporting the Canadian Cancer Society.

Thank you in advance for your generosity.


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